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Massimiliano Faraci


Massimiliano FaraciHe obtained a diploma in piano and harpsichord and then attended advance courses in piano with Fausto Zadra and in harpsichord with Patrick Ayrton

He is performing as harpsichordist and basso continuo player since 1992 devoting himself to the performance and promotion of musical repertoire of 17th and 18th centuries.

Since 1998 he is chief director and coordinator of musical events at the Royal Belgian Church and Foundation San Giuliano dei Fiamminghiin Rome, including the annual cycle of concerts taking place in the Church from October to June, which this year announces its 21th edition.

He is also the founder of Baroque ensemble “Collegio Musicale San Giuliano dei Fiamminghi”.

He performed for many musical productions and festivals in Italy and abroad, among them:

Oratorio del Gonfalone of Rome, Le Vie del Barocco of Genova, Portofino Classica (IT), Torino Classica, Serie Iberica de Musica Antiga (Spain), West Coast Early Music Festival (Portugal), Vox Baroque (Albania), Albert Hall Klasik Müsik Konserleri (Turkey), Middelburg Festival (Holland), La Rocca Barocca of Giulianova (IT), Arti in movimento (Naples IT), Musica Siena (IT), Stagione concertistica Benedetto Marcello (L'Aquila, IT), Todi Musica Antica Festival (IT), L'Architasto (Rome, IT), Itinerari Musicali (Biella IT), Emilia Romagna Festival (IT), Lumières de Toscane (Portovecchio, Corsica) Festival Internazionale di Oravita (Romania), Concert de Musique Baroque, Maison de L'Italie (Metz and Paris),Sociedad De Conciertos De Musica Clásica De L’Alfàs Del Pi (Spagna)

Since 2014 he is associate teacher at AIGAM (Gordon Italian Association for Music Learning), following thoroughly the musical development of children from the age of 0 and up, applying professor Edwin E. Gordon’s methodology as in his Music Learning Theory (MLT)


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